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[texts]Physics Experiment 3, the Helmholtz Resonator - Patrick Bruskiewich
The purpose of this lab is to study the acoustics of Helmholtz Resonators. A Helmholtz resonator is a cavity that resonants with a frequency that depends on the dimensions of the cavity. The name comes from an acoustic device created in the 1850√Ęs by the German physicist Herman von Helmholtz (1821 - 1894). An example of Helmholtz resonance is the pleasant sounds created when one blows across the top of a bottle...
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